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Benefits of High Cholesterol
By Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD ~ People with high cholesterol live the longest. High Cholesterol Protects Against Infection. Is Atherosclerosis an Infectious Disease? 

Cholesterol Levels & Cardiovascular Disease [NEW]
By Duane Graveline, MD MPH ~ Despite the glowing reports statin drugs receive in the press for their risk reduction in stroke and heart attack, strong evidence exists that they do so independently of cholesterol manipulation despite the past 35 years of vilification of this substance. Read more.....

Cholesterol Myths, The
By Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD ~ Exposing the fallacy that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease.
Seven reviews by PhD's

Homocysteine [NEW]
Medical Journal of Australia
This article is early 2004 and the benefits of controlling homocysteine is becoming more evident daily. There is no safe level of Hcy but optimal levels are <6.3 mg/dL.

Homocysteine
Life Extension article ~ Updated: 01/20/06
Both cardiovascular and Alzheimer's disease have now been linked to the accumulation of a toxic amino acid called homocysteine.

Homocysteine Metabolism:
Nutritional Modulation and Impact on Health and Disease

By Alan L. Miller, N.D. and Gregory S. Kelly, N.D.

Is atherosclerosis caused by high cholesterol?
By Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD ~ The role of LDL-cholesterol for atherosclerosis growth has been exaggerated, a finding with consequences for the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

LDL Cholesterol: "Bad" Cholesterol, or Bad Science? [NEW]
By Anthony Colpo ~ Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons - Fall 2005
A peer review version of Anthony's article below.

Truth About Cholesterol [Dangers of Elevated Homocysteine]
Y2K Health & Detox Center by Dr. Deborah Baker-Racine ~ Elevated Homocysteine was identified as a major risk factor for cardiac events over 30 years ago, but results were ignored with the focus on cholesterol. Homocysteine levels can be corrected very easily and inexpensively.

 Page updated 09/04/10

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